Top 10 Best Android Fighting Games

September 23, 2019

10. Opening our list of the best Android Fighting
Games is Injustice 2 The biggest superhero brawl on the mobile
gets its well-deserved sequel. Following a widespread success with their
first title, NetherRealm studios comes in to give us another polished fighting game
worthy of their repertoire. With Injustice 2, they’ve definitely upped
the ante to bring more of the same mobile-optimized battles in iconic DC locations. In the world of Injustice, good doesn’t always
triumph over evil. Put your comic book theories to the test as
you watch Joker square off with Batman, Lex Luthor with Superman, or, with their variety
of heroes and villains from the vast DC universe, mix and match the popular rivalries as you
see fit. With one of the best fighting mechanics on
the mobile, every fight is intuitive and competitive. Use a flurry of taps and swipes to take down
your opponents each and every time–without any of those plot-based armor. Upgrade your heroes by collecting new gear,
earning more stars and climbing the ranks in online play. It has a PlayScore of 8.01. 9. WWE Immortals From the superheroes of the DC universe, to
the superpowered superstars of the World Wrestling Entertainment. NetherRealm Studios, with some help from Phosphor
Game Studios, turns WWE’s professional wrestlers into powerful heroes of a dark fantasy world. Witness their gimmicks become digital reality. With undertaker’s undead conversion, Big Show’s
barbarian build, and John Cena’s spandex suit and a whole lot more, it’s a wrestling fight
like never before. In the supernatural world of immortals, their
signature moves become all new superpowers rendered with their remarkable 3D graphics. Gather a team of powerful fighters and turn
into their best superhero selves, ready to decimate the colossal 3vs3 competition. Pick from a massive lineup of wrestlers, from
the classic heavyweights to the dashing divas–all in their over the top garb. Level up your heroes, engage in enjoyable
tapping action, and compete with players around in the world in their Online battles. With their detailed character designs and
creative concept, it receives a PlayScore of 8.06. 8. Real Steel World Robot Boxing There’s nothing like the satisfying metal
clinks of robot fights. Whether they’re the gigantic brawls of the
transformers universe, or the medium-sized duels of Real Steel World boxing. Following the moderate success of 2011’s outrageous
Real Steel film starring Hugh Jackman, Reliance Entertainment struck gold with its robot boxing
franchise. Take the winning belt with the game’s metal
titans, and serve up a different kind of metal meal with jabs, uppercuts, special moves to
short circuit the robot rivalry. Take the legends to the stage, and turn them
into the championship-winning fan favorites they deserve to be. Other than the traditional career mode, Real
Steel boxing also has a multiplayer mode for you to compete with friends over wifi and
bluetooth. Conquer 11 different arenas, and experience
the glory of the blockbuster movie first-hand. Packed with knockout punches, and the determination
to win, it receives a PlayScore of 8.1. 7. EA SPORTS UFC Released in 2015, this mobile adaptation of
EA Sport’s MMA fighter is as good as it gets. Step into the UFC’s iconic octagon and immerse
yourself in the thrill of the action. All your favorite superstars have been rounded
up for this grand battle for supremacy, from Ronda Rousey, Connor McGregor, Chuck Liddell,
and so much more. Collect your favorite fighters and watch them
duke it out onstage with the game’s jawdropping visuals. Take your pick from over 70 different superstars
in four different divisions, and use their varying techniques to make it up the UFC ladder. Start your journey to the top by training
your fighters and honing their skills through every bloody match. While the game is free, it also has quite
a number of in-app purchases that’s expected in every Electronic Arts game. But if money is no object, then EA SPORTS
UFC is easily one of the best MMA games on the market. It has a PlayScore of 8.11. 6. MORTAL KOMBAT X The fatality continues with NetherRealms Studios’
sequel to the rebooted Mortal Kombat game. Now, with its release on the mobile, you can
embrace the thrill of gory kills and brutal decapitations anywhere you go. A fusion of fighting and card collecting,
create the ultimate Mortal Kombat team and test their skills in the most merciless tournament
the world has ever seen. As far removed as it is from the straightforward
battles of the original, this android version still boasts stunning visuals to deliver the
satisfaction of each x-ray and fatality. Get a hold of their massive roster of your
favorite fighters like Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Johnny Cage and more. Or meet a handful of exciting new additions
in D’vorah, Cassie Cage, and Kotal Khan. The fun continues with their continual updates,
introducing characters like the mobile exclusive Freddy Krueger, Jade, Baraka, and the most
recent, Takeda. Perform those gory finishers whenever, wherever. It has a PlayScore of 8.15. 5. Punch Club If you want to live out a tale of vengeance
and redemption that’s worthy of a classic 80’s flick, then this sports management simulation
is right up your alley. Complete with the trademark arcade aesthetics
of videogame vintages, it does a great job of stirring out our nostalgic senses while
giving out a rewarding boxing experience. Avenge the death of your father, join the
boxing league, and discover the identity of your dad’s killer. Despite the simplistic plot, it’s as detailed
as it can be, letting you customize strength, agility, and stamina–all while maintaining
other lesser attributes and searching for your dad. Bask in the colorfully detailed world, and
enjoy the sweet pop references sprinkled in every location. Already released on Steam, this android port
gives you the exact same game for a fraction of the price, with the added bonus of portability. While some may have criticized its poor optimization,
it’s still a knockout success. It receives a PlayScore of 8.19. 4. THE KING OF FIGHTERS ’98 Before they made the unfaithful switch to
the 3rd dimension, this was the definitive King of Fighters game. Originally released on the Neogeo console
in 1998, it was highly praised as one of the most balanced fighters of its generations,
improving on the mechanics of the previous KOF titles. And now, SNK brings the iconic fights to the
new generation with this android port. Enter their beautiful arenas and relive your
childhood memories with their pixel perfect artstyle. Choose from their roster of 38 quintessential
heroes, including Iori, Shingo Yabuki, Rugal Bernstein, and the American Sports team. Make use of the top notch balance, and the
different button configurations to take mobile fighting to the next level and recreate the
epic fights of the 90s. Explore two different game modes with Extra
Mode and Advanced mode, and challange your friends with their bluetooth multiplayer mode. The dream matches are back, and it receives
a PlayScore of 8.28. 3. TRANSFORMERS: Forged to Fight With the release of their latest Transformers
movie, Hasbro Entertainment dishes out their big robotic guns on the Android. Follow the Autobots, Decepticons, Predacons
and Maximals in an interplanetary battle that decides the future of Cybertron. Similar to Warner Brothers’ Injustice 2
and Arkham Origins, it’s a fighting game where players use their fingers to swipe,
tap and flick the screen to defeat their opponent. Unleash your powerful special attacks and
roll out to deal devastating damage. Choose from a wide variety of iconic Transformers
such as Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Starscream, Megatron and more in a fight for the future. This is the biggest Transformers mobile game
that caters all the characters from their universe. It’s a battle for power as you defend your
base, upgrade bots, and raid other players around its spectacular world. Team up with your friends and forge alliances
to eliminate the robotic threats. It has a PlayScore of 8.36. 2. GAROU: MARK OF THE WOLVES Another NeoGeo game from SNK makes it into
our list, and this time it’s the 1999 classic from the Fatal Fury series. The eight installment of the franchise, it
was considered one of the most graphically advanced titles for its time with their colorful
rosters and vivid stages. Journey along with Rock Howard, Terry Bogard,
and the rest of the gang, as they take their chances in another gruelling tournament. Take advantage of a renewed T.O.P. System that’s set anywhere on your lifebar
to gain access to a unique and powerful attacks; or use the Just Defend system to block attacks
and recover a few health points. Just like the original, this faithful port
also retains the classic game modes, letting you train your moves in practice mode, and
fight till your last breath in survival mode. Bask in the SNK’s trademark pixel landscapes,
and take a trip through time with this amazing port. It has a PlayScore of 8.36. Here are the runners-up before we reveal the
number one: 11. Real Boxing 2 CREED. Take on the shoes of the legendary Rocky Balboa,
and recreate his fight for glory in this modern adaptation. Develop your strength, stamina, and endurace
as you prepare to face off against his challenging opponents. It has a PlayScore of 7.95. 12. Skullgirls. Conceptualized in their college days, Lab
Zero gave the world a fighting game to remember. This 2D fighter marries engaging artstyle
and intuitive controls that’s friendly and competitive. It’s the best of both worlds, and it has a
PlayScore of 7.84. 13. Gods Of Rome. Step into the ancient sandals of Rome and
Greece’s powerful gods in Gameloft’s epic fighting game. Restore the peace of the heavens and unite
45 celestial beings in a battle against a dark demon. It has a PlayScore of 7.83. 14. Power Rangers: Legacy Wars. It was mighty morphin time for Saban, Lionsgate,
and nWay, who teamed up to create a fighting game worthy of the Power Rangers fans. Form teams with your favorite rangers, and
outsmart the evil Rita Repulsa. It has a PlayScore of 7.81. 15. Marvel Contest of Champions. With Marvel’s collection of comicbook heroes,
it’s about time for some heroic duels. Collect your favorite Marvel heroes and villains
and pit them against the towering bosses of their universe. It has a PlayScore of 7.78. 1. And the number one Android Fighting Game is
Shadow Fight 2 While it’s a far cry from the graphical quality
of the 3D fighters, Nekki’s excellently crafted 2D fighting game definitely deserves its spot
on this list. A mix of RPG and fighting, take on the shadow
form and make use of the game’s varying martial arts techniques. Despite their use of a limiting artstyle,
the Shadow Fight series have been lauded by many as one of the best fighting animations
yet. Fluid, and absolutely lifelike, each and every
duel feels satisfying and rewarding. Take control of the action with the use of
their intuitive controls. An improvement over the original, their new
interface is optimized for the touchscreen, allowing players to perform devastating attacks
and spells with the simplified virtual touchpad. Equip your fighter with swords, nunchucks,
and a variety of armors to customize the epic adventure. Traverse through their six worlds, and navigate
through its compelling storyline. The perfect balance of art, story, and gameplay
loaded into one pocket-sized videogame. It has a PlayScore of 8.53.

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